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2nd Circuit Finds Aid Must Be 'Purposeful' for Alien Tort Statute Liability [USA]

A federal appeals court has set a high bar for foreign plaintiffs attempting to use U.S. courts to hold foreign defendants accountable for human rights violations in foreign lands, ruling that liability can be imposed only where it is shown that a defendant "purposefully" aided and abetted a violation of international law.

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Talisman lawsuit (re Sudan)

US court upholds dismissal of lawsuit against Talisman accusing it of complicity in Sudan abuses